What do I do with old NZ coins?
You can donate by taking in your old money and foreign currency at any Resene owned Color Shop in New Zealand or anywhere you see a Heads Up for Kids collection tin. Donations can be made over the phone by calling the old money number.
Can you take coins to the bank NZ?
Up to 50 New Zealand currency notes can be deposited into your account. Up to 600 coins can be deposited into New Zealand currency. There’s no need to fill out a deposit slip if you have note and coin deposits.
How do I get rid of unwanted coins?
Many charities accept old and foreign coins to help raise valuable funds, but banks and foreign exchange won’t accept them, so you can take them to your local charity shop.
Do banks buy old coins?
Consumers can get their full value by turning in their coins at the bank. Most banks do not charge a fee for customers to deposit coins, but some do. Wells Fargo is one of the banks that will exchange rolled coins for non customers.
Is it illegal to destroy a coin?
Is it against the law to melt or destroy US coins? Unless the objective is fraudulent or with the intent of selling the raw materials of the coins for profit, it is not a crime to modify US coins, including pennies.
Do exchange places take coins?
The reason foreign coins are not accepted is because dealing with them requires a different set of equipment than what is used for bank notes. A money exchanger needs to purchase coin counting machines, the right coin size tubes, coin sorter, bagging machines, and the like.
What year coins are worth keeping?
The 50-state quarters series has no premium value, and so far none of them are worthy of saving. The half dollars of 1964 and earlier are worth more than the silver value. The 1949-S, 1955 and 1956 coins are more valuable than silver.